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Western Lightning Plus, Chemiluminescent Substrate (130 mL)

An enhanced chemiluminescent substrate for western blotting, with the sensitivity and signal-to-noise ratio needed to achieve consistent, reliable results. For use with either PVDF or nitrocellulose membranes.

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Western Lightning Plus Chemiluminescence Reagent is designed for sensitive and consistent detection of proteins immobilized on a membrane. The method provides a sensitivity of 1 - 10 pg of protein and yields fast, permanent, hard copy results on autoradiography film or on imaging systems. Membranes can be stripped and reprobed if stored wet between uses.

Western Lightning Plus is an enhanced luminol-based substrate for HRP-catalyzed detection. This economical choice provides twice the sensitivity of standard reagents, and up to eight times the sensitivity of some brands. It offers excellent signal-to-noise ratio and generates good results on either PVDF or nitrocellulose membranes.

PerkinElmer guarantees the performance of Western Lightning Plus Chemiluminescence Reagent for 12 months from ship date, and unopened reagent can be stored for at least eight weeks at room temperature. This extended shelf life means you can buy and use Western Lightning Plus Chemiluminescence Reagent with confidence.

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Detection Method Chemiluminescence
Product Brand Name Western Lightning
Sample Type Chemiluminescent Substrate
Shipping Condition Ambient
Unit Size 130 mL
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